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Trivinia Barber


Savannah, GA

Member Since November 2020


Team Building
Executive Leadership


Trivinia Barber is a real-world business development pro who helps entrepreneurs scale their business, sharpen their leadership, and build great teams. Having served as an Executive Assistant for nearly two decades before starting her company, Priority VA, Trivinia learned in the trenches how to own the best seat in the house as an EA. She now teaches Executive Assistants to do the same in her membership Momentum HQ™. The key to Trivinia’s success is her proprietary framework The Momentum Method™, which helps businesses navigate the interplay between their products, people, and processes to achieve greater growth and more efficiency. Trivinia lives with her husband, 4 daughters, and dogs on the outskirts of Savannah, Georgia where traffic stops for snakes in the road and the occasional art parade. When she’s not speaking or traveling, you can find her 90ft underwater on her latest wreck scuba dive.

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The end of any year is often a time of reflection and self-awareness, with many people taking the time to look at both what went well and what went wrong, as well as what they can do to improve over the next 365 days. For leaders, it can be a time to reflect on their own leadership style, their strengths and their weaknesses.  Over the past year, the members of Young Entrepreneur Council have learned a lot about how to be great leaders and what it means to lead others. Below, they share 10 of the lessons they learned and why they think these are important lessons any entrepreneur can glean insights from.

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When you decide to become an entrepreneur, there are certain obstacles you know you’re going to have to face—obtaining funding, advertising your business or making that first sale. However, there are often many more obstacles you won’t be prepared for or didn’t even realize would happen. However, with the right strategies and plans in place, each of these hurdles can be overcome. For more insights on how to prepare for these hardships, consider the following advice from the members of Young Entrepreneur Council. Here, they each discuss one obstacle they faced in their career that they never thought to prepare for when they started their company and how they recommend other leaders prepare.

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One of the most challenging quarters for business leaders is often Q4. There is often a rush to close out the year’s expenses, plan year-end initiatives and marketing campaigns, and coordinate holiday PTO. Even though Q4 is sure to be a busy season, it’s also a great time to do some business “housekeeping” and check in on annual goals that haven’t been completed. Here, eight Young Entrepreneur Council members each share one item that’s always included on their year-end checklist.

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When you’re an entrepreneur, the way you start your day can greatly influence the rest of your workday, giving you the motivation you need to stay productive or setting you up for failure before you’ve even started. Rather than leave your morning to chance, finding ways to prepare for your morning the night before can help you ensure you have the right mindset and tools for a positive next day. To offer a few ideas on how to do just that, seven members of Young Entrepreneur Council share the routines that they’ve implemented for the end of their workdays and the individual habits they have that help set them up for successful mornings.


You can make delegation a successful habit you repeatedly do. My best advice to get better is simply to talk yourself into delegating more often. 

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While some people may be naturally inclined toward leadership roles, no one is born a perfect leader. The ability to inspire, motivate and guide a team of people is built up over time, and no matter how many managerial positions someone has held, there's always more to learn. Often, your day-to-day interactions can be a source of inspiration for improving your leadership skills. Here, 12 Young Entrepreneur Council members share the inspirations in their daily lives that encourage them to be better leaders.

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Company bio

We recruit top Executive Assistants for entrepreneurial businesses. Leaders need to stay focused on what they do best, and have a team they can trust to do the rest. We help driven leaders build those teams. As Kolbe Certified experts, we navigate the interplay between people, projects, and processes to help leaders get more done. Our Executive Assistant Mastermind helps EAs turn into leaders in the organization that not only keep their Executives focused and getting more done with less stress, but doing it all without losing their sanity. Priority VA has served entrepreneurs since 2013 all over the globe. With United States based in-person or remote executive support, we have support options for leaders looking for shorter-term contractors or permanent employees. Our founder spent nearly two decades serving Leaders as an executive assistant before starting the company and knows how to match talent not just to get things done, but to form a longterm collaborative relationship to ensure you're not only focused on the right activities, but that you're building a team you can actually trust.


Staffing & Recruiting

Area of focus

Staffing Agency
Leadership Development
Executive Assistant Hiring and Training

Company size

11 - 50

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